Dublin Airport Terminal 1

Dublin, ROI

Dublin Airport’s Terminal 1 was built in 1972 as an addition to the original 1940 building, which still forms the centrepiece of the airport today. Following the opening of Terminal 2 in 2010, Terminal 1 is now used exclusively by Ryanair. Originally designed to handle 5 million passengers annually, the building was substantially refurbished for its new role as Ryanair’s primary hub.

  • Transport

Soul Building

Gold Coast, Australia

Soul is a 243 m (797 ft) tall residential tower in Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. It is the second tallest building on the Gold Coast.

It was developed at a cost of A$850 million. Soul's penthouse, which spans four levels, is Australia's highest-selling apartment at A$16.75 million.

  • Highrise
  • Landmark
  • Residential
  • Retail

Ministry of Science

Sofia, Bulgaria

Critical assets in the Ministry of Education and Science building in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, are being protected by industry-leading ExGo suppression control panels from Advanced.

  • Education
  • Government
  • Science & Technology
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M Station

Dubai, UAE

M Station in Dubai is the United Arab Emirates’ largest power and desalination plant and plays a critical role in the infrastructure of the region.

Built by DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority), at a cost of more than Dh10 billion it can produce over 2 mega watts of electricity and 140 million imperial gallons of desalinated water per day - around 20 per cent of Dubai’s current requirements.

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  • Government
  • Transport
  • Industrial
  • Energy
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Edinburgh Waverley Station

Edinburgh, UK

Waverley Station is the main railway station serving the Scottish capital, providing a gateway to the ancient city for thousands of visitors each year. It is the second largest railway station in the UK. And the second busiest in Scotland. The station has 21 active platforms that receive over 20 million passengers a year and it is currently undergoing a £130 million renewal programme.

  • Transport

Siding Spring Observatory

Amanda Bauer

NSW, Australia

Siding Spring Observatory near Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia, part of the Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics (RSAA) at the Australian National University (ANU), incorporates the Anglo-Australian Telescope along with a collection of other telescopes owned by the Australian National University, the University of New South Wales, and other institutions.

The observatory is situated 1,165 metres (3,822 ft) above sea level in the Warrumbungle National Park on Mount Woorat, also known as Siding Spring Mountain. Siding Spring Observatory is owned by the Australian National University (ANU) and is part of the Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatories research school. More than $100 million worth of research equipment is located at the observatory and there are 12 telescopes on site.

  • Science & Technology
  • Education
  • Landmark

National Theatre

London, UK

Intelligent fire panels from industry-leading manufacturer Advanced have been chosen to protect the world-famous National Theatre in London after an £89m redevelopment.

  • Sports & Entertainment
  • Cultural
  • Leisure & Hospitality
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Tyne Tunnels

Tyne & Wear, UK

The first Tyne Tunnel was completed in 1967 and the second in 2011, after which the 1967 tunnel was comprehensively refurbished to include a new evacuation tunnel and the latest safety standards. Today, the twin tunnels provide a vital transport link, carrying the A19 trunk road under the Tyne River in North East England.  Around 36,000 vehicles use the twin tunnels every day, a figure which is expected to rise to 43,000 by 2021.

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  • Transport
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Diamond Light Source

Oxfordshire, UK

Diamond Light Source is the UK’s national synchrotron science facility, located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire.

By accelerating electrons to near light-speed, Diamond generates brilliant beams of light from infrared to X-rays which are used for academic and industrial research and development across a range of scientific disciplines including structural biology, physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering, earth and environmental sciences.

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